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Hopkins Hour: Creating systems that increase dignified experiences for people with disability: two years of the Dignity Project

Posted on Tuesday 26th April 2022

Please SAVE THE DATE for our Hopkins Hour online seminar on the 18th May 2022 at 12:30pm.

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Tuesday 26th April 2022     Hopkins Hour, Research, Dignity Project


Tiffany Middleton: My Story

Tiffany Middleton: My Story

Posted on Thursday 2nd December 2021

My story begins in 2013 when I fell off my bike as I was navigating a pathway. I had cycled the path many times before, but a split-second decision to give way changed my life. I broke my tibia and fibula in my right ankle and required emergency realignment then surgery (Weber Type C – worst category said the A&E doctor).

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Thursday 2nd December 2021     Community Hub, Dignity, Dignity Project,


Daniel Clarke: Tears in the jungle

Daniel Clarke: Tears in the jungle

Posted on Thursday 2nd December 2021

Our International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) guest, Daniel Clarke – along with brother William, started their journey to save the critically endangered orangutan in Borneo and Sumatra at just 8 and 10 years old.

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Thursday 2nd December 2021     Dignity Project


Hopkins Hour: Engaging Citizens in Hopkins Research

Posted on Monday 9th August 2021

This online event session is a version of the recently postponed Meet and Mingle event, focusing on citizen engagement in research. Hear from Hopkins researchers and citizens about citizen engagement in research and the importance of meaningful inclusion to inform and enhance research.

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Monday 9th August 2021     Hopkins Hour, Citizen Engagement, Dignity Project


Part D: Inclusive Education with guest Gary Kerridge

Posted on Thursday 5th August 2021

Gary Kerridge has been working in the disability sector for 30 years. He has spent 14 of those years as a National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO). Recently, he was part of the NDCO leadership team that responded to the transition to online learning brought about by COVID-19 to provide support and information to disability practitioners around Australia.  He is a co-author of the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) guideline “Supporting Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Online”. Find out more about ADCET and its resources here: https://www.adcet.edu.au

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Thursday 5th August 2021     Dignity Project, Disability, Dignity, Inclusive Education


Jo’s Things of Interest

Jo’s Things of Interest

Posted on Tuesday 22nd June 2021

Something to read, someone to follow, something to listen to and watch

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Tuesday 22nd June 2021     Accessibility, The Dignity Project


Have your say forum results about job access

Have your say forum results about job access

Posted on Wednesday 16th June 2021

Job Access forum results, ‘Have Your Say Forum’ Wrap-up by Kelsey Chapman, The Dignity Project Research Lead

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Wednesday 16th June 2021     Job Access, Dignity, The Dignity Project, Employment


BLOG: Job Access: Driving Disability Employment

BLOG: Job Access: Driving Disability Employment

Posted on Friday 11th June 2021

Job Access: the national hub for workplace and employment information for people with disability, employers and service providers

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Guest Blog: Cathy Easte on of disability and accessibility

Guest Blog: Cathy Easte on of disability and accessibility

Posted on Thursday 20th May 2021

Someone who has first-hand experience of disability and accessibility is Cathy Easte. She is the Manager of Student Disability and Accessibility at Griffith University; is the President of the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND).

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Preserving the inclusive mindset of children

Preserving the inclusive mindset of children

Posted on Thursday 6th May 2021

Our children are born with the ability to accept others as they are. They are not born with pre-conceived notions or prejudices or even the language of difference. This is what we as parents, guardians and community members instil in them and show them. 

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